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  • Travel document notarize fee

    Hi,

    My ex is traveling out of the country, and I am agreeable to providing the consent letter. I have requested $50 to pay for the document to get notarized and she refuses, should I be incurring this cost when she is the one wants to travel?

  • #2
    Check with your city offices. The clerks office may commission it for less.

    If she wants to travel you could ask her for the fee but if she says no, are you willing to fight that fight?

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    • #3
      Thank you Rocksan for the response, I am not willing to fight it,but financially I am running thin, currently paying $200 a month martial arts classes she refuses to contribute ( fight for another day at the settlement conference), and paying for 2 bedroom apartment; my son only sleeps in that room once a week. I am fighting for equal parenting time,and the other day the OCL came to visit the place.

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      • #4
        Travel document notarize fee

        Then tell her if she wants the letter she can work to have it notarized. But try the city offices or if you work with someone who can commission oaths, that works too. The letter doesnít necessarily need to be authorized by a notary but a commissioner instead. I worked somewhere that had a commissioner for my husband to have a similar letter signed and it was accepted at the border.

        ETA: martial arts classes may not be considered a section 7 at that cost if you both canít afford it. $200 a month is a lot and if I recall correctly, you split when your son was young so it wasnít an existing expense at the split.

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        • #5
          Thank you so much Rocksan, you are always helpful

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